Clearfield Progress, March 21, 1966

Clearfield Progress

March 21, 1966

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Issue date: Monday, March 21, 1966

Pages available: 16

Previous edition: Saturday, March 19, 1966

Next edition: Tuesday, March 22, 1966

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Clearfield Progress (Newspaper) - March 21, 1966, Clearfield, Pennsylvania 1 'j w. giinen Valley,iP'o/i -Monday, Mlit|t|2 |'*r &1 Kend "drives i iucr at' r.t lie 'Clearifield"^ Kiwanis'JJlub; aV announ-ced>tlie,winntrqf ^ iay'sj^aiea"'^^ .�41 est" wAnil^" , p.,m. t^y^thi'^oni Wes^proimetioq;' sponsored IvHh^^Wd MepI of, the t ' Rfchard B. Bailor^ 40, of Min-' nyolved;> i-i.c-.V/-:-5.;-; "Old Mobley.V conceded to. be' one of-the^most'imusual yundi ing firealarmscfor miles around^; Jis about to* go?back mto opera-' >tionu �5 T'-j >!^'> J^nfireme^^^isaid re-, to>)^the' alarm, ^whichyhas ' .u��..v.^ji,...i^^and;Quan^^jtg1i'li ^W^M^�no^ii^'eatenrbaek/ \ , -'-^gth^oiigVtlie jungle to.'dahii^^ ,. ' s^ok^iniansalid: ; .oV^elit^feVbeVkill^Q.. other!:.m^Viet ConiJipC a/baftie-in'Jth^t^'central Mghlaiidi 150 ; ,niUe]j inorthea�t�,Qf'.Saigon, .a^ spdkibsman.' said, the 'heSvy fighting 30 miles'east of.Ban.Me Thupt... erupted ri^riyb;^24e�ii^ Bertch V Johnsori^bf^TltttW. Piiw S(.; ^CiirweifiViUM^pl^^^h ;thyrapistJh1he\Clearfie]d'Cbun-ti^.S(chools. wasvkilIi>d.enefiW%ig?riil| pefcentage increas^ j ^^CVl-.M l^er Ovei yejirs ofihai^l-lj^f; Bse Turn to Page 9, Xk)l. r idyiify P^nqJly cent-a- 6. tiated'bylthetUiifc .,.Mp;,. le^al^y a^!NationaV,L?l)pr,^^^ tions'vBoalrd^^W ffThe^^ BitumihoUs'Goal Operators 'Association baye been ordered 'to stop enforcing" thie'royalty pay 'ments,,'-!-.i.';r'^. -.'-^'.'.s^^ifjw^'-^f^'*^^^ .;J>Tl?^ei^ ^A'SB^e'iHuotj iwill'-ibecpme^^ �nal^|(�^'daysiif neither side ap-; TheJ^Mineyirorkers negotiated Please Turn to Pag^SjiGofeil Tm Yoirfhs Nabbed For Breaking Glass In Cars at Osceola OSCEOLA MILLS-Five boys ranging in age from 12 to 15 arelbeing referred by Boroug^ Police to CQunty juvenile > au-^ thbrjties as the result,of sling^: shQt;'Shooting^epispdes*Saturday nig|t. . , Mayor John A. Redding said ,ppie pf the boy^^^were^fluestioni ed Saturday night: and their slingshots were, confiscated. between the hours of 7:30 and 8:30 p. m, the m?ypr said, the boys shuttered wmdows in movr ing cars operated hy Harold Schnarrs of AUport and R. E. W,eJ}ter'pf (Joal^tt. at,thKca?? *" ^tpiiie Street near-Jhe edge at .tp'wn. when',the', wiiidbws^wej^e struck,by the missiles. ' Ithe I )men. yThey, twaraea,.that Vithbut tthe'-Siif of'-'W ]MbbieJ:':^t^^ Sives.,and .property pf ..Clearfield " ^ISidarge^dfaiia' '"'^Varioble'^elpudinTSss'and' not so cqol tonight with a chance of a few showers,, |.r;lo,V.;38;;fo":i r4�.!|Tu�dayi. -partly cloudy and warmer with, scattered showers. ^^SunrisV6:13^�^,�,,,6:26 Clearfield River Level Sunday 7 p. m. - 4.82 feet (stationary), n Today..,7 a.,'tn^ -4^80 feet (follmg).- > Clearfield Weather Sunday low 34; High 40.' Overnight low 36. Mid -State Airport Sunday low 30; High 38. Overnight low 25. Five - Day Fera|cast March,22 - 26: Tempera-tures will average near or a few degrees above norma] during theperipd. The. no/moil high nowvi� 44, to 49 and the low; 28 to ^0: Tuesdoy., will ; be! warm,' Wednesdtjy, f ij4 X^'uridpy,' cooler and.the end-o'f the" week will be colder. Pre-elp^atlon^^ll a^vera^i^^ ,anJr-We((ioeidfy'..oriel 'ds,..| :�r\ow flurries at the'end of'. .iKe'.week....... K.and ! warns onThurs'day. Pupilsbi'tfie Glen-difle .'Sfch^li' wfll^'plf ticiplite  ih^ : th> ^?H'"iJ'^.*Si.i;ii^ft-^"-n Ry THE ASSOCIATED PRESS HARRISBURG' (AP) - The focus ^(OnijTuesday on the Hpuse^yersion^pf,the bituminous mine subsidence, bill. ,The,^;agenjJi^: jcaUs vtor ya^ 'a'mendments to, be. considered.,.;, The' measur'eivwould require cbaUcompaniesito lea ve ;suppprt-; ing pillars ^of coal beneath homes and buildings. A similar bill was passed, by the Senate .but the .Democratic V- ^controlled house has locked it in commit-. 'tee,-: The, House and Senate return-e;short Work week in^ prospect. '1' Also-scheduled: fori public, airing Tuesday isa . Scrantp'n administration bill to create a $500 'million ,bond issue for�lai)deind water conservation. )->.j,v. Mrs. DavidO^mmerniant refcently namedCurwensville c't^ -^^ ~'r-' area-rcrusade.;chi^riAk.i�^^'-'> 5�'�^?^^^^^^^ ' r^ ' iL^'A' ' ' describing "them as'^'* "truth in , Crusaders in the Curwensville paokagini'l and "truth in lend-> area will ;meet?st6morrow at 8 JJ,g�. mewures . > m. in the Curjwnsville Youth Under^l.ttgiilVtion urged byV Ar*"h^i"--'-kickp.^, Jolinson>on>y.lenders. taclud^/ ;Mrs."Aifimerin.an?announced. ing^ those" who flni Miss ' � ...... ' i^r^bRen '.cpmp^^sl^fT^ Thi 'com-' T^stor: .'^asVheen^cfeplifc^dj'by iifi'iwpuk^;i  f^^^^^:^ Afte|iithe,breakdQwii,tBorpugh I'rint KrtrtJpi oov?rRa'*Tlp?*^^ ' 'GRAMPIAN 4 GfOi^'.0tA,h^i^ gol'foW^e? ^t&l%^Zl%Sm&i>V- Saturday .0 d.scu.. ?ei,on^ prV^|.ed s.aS legistfon' '['Damage. wasWtimated.ai $150 �r a*^*Wfl#^d10: Car;^ Lanich of Clearfield caught fireT on Bower Avenue^ yester- ; TheCle^aHield FireMDepart:-J^' - ''""^^ ' -*�* P�*"'f:*��'��*-��''�H�#^^^ /^^think'^henp^ORleyfUllyiTeal-. mim^^'^Mi^% 'M>d .o�t. as .didatestfoV'WfitS?ihitlie�^^ ' " ' * .m9sMs,pps?ibli^^^bP!it,whatever'.p,i^^^ ElecMon'. < "SSSS? r*""""* amner^nieenng designed, rwhichiJW fi6;acquaint gratger"s*^ithWs^" W^'^ lition and,the legislatorsSwitii the Penhsylvania-^GrangefIstandi -..-r,-- bh proposed'.^biiis^^'C^ ^ny\'Ml thr?e - -ilwS ers, Masteb ^m^'his ?j,.nj,. jjgp ^( teWVSeott,

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